With April's draft just about a month away, there are a lot of different routes the Chicago Bears could go with the 19th overall pick. The Bears still have plenty of needs, even after the addition of wide receiver Brandon Marshall. Last year, the Bears selected offensive tackle Gabe Carimi out of Wisconsin, but he was unable to stay on the field due to a knee injury.
There are plenty of areas where the Bears could use an upgrade, especially the left tackle position, where the Bears still have J'Marcus Webb protecting Jay Cutler's blind side. In addition to offensive tackle, the Bears could seek a pass-rusher.
Other areas I could see the Bears drafting would be at cornerback and a No. 2 receiver to play beside Marshall. The Bears could go many different ways when they are on the clock. Here are five players whom they could be targeting.